Hadrian’s Wall Path | Top Trails Britain
The Hadrian’s Wall Path follows the World Heritage Site of Hadrian's Wall. Hadrians Wall was built by the Romans to protect the empire from the north. Only parts of the wall remain and it is possible to walk along it.
Roman settlements & forts
Roman settlements and forts you’ll find on your way. Apart from tons of history, you’ll find cozy pubs, bustling market towns and great views along the route. You’ll be passing through some of the most beautiful parts of England. From rolling fields and rugged moorland to the vibrant cities of Newcastle and Carlisle.
Length & location of Hadrian's Wall Path
The Hadrian’s Wall Path is 84 mile (135 km) long, stretching coast to coast across northern England. Starting in Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne in the east it leads to Bowness-on-Solway on the west coast.
More information about Hadrian's Wall Path
Great site about the Hadrian's Wall Path: www.nationaltrail.co.uk/hadrians-wall-path
Beautiful pictures of the Hadrian's Wall Path
Here are some beautiful photo albums of the Hadrian's Wall Path:
Beautiful video about Hadrian's Wall Path
This is a great video about the Hadrian's Wall Path in the series Timewatch. It's a lenthy one: 47 minutes, but it's worth every single minute!